Surfy Surfy is all about unicorns and rainbows and surfing small waves and watching the Avengers.
Chris Christenson is all about skulls and motorcycles and surfboards for big waves.
Sometimes we cross the streams.
Another Nice Campbell Brothers Surfboard
The original title for this post was going to be Between the Shadow and the Light but that seemed like pushing our luck.
By the way, you need a Surfy Surfy hat.
Dustin’s Baja Bonzer5
On Wednesday August 24th we posted a photo of Dustin Smith getting slotted at a Baja point on his Campbell Brothers 5 fin Bonzer semi-gun.
We couldn’t find the archive photos of this board on the external hard drive so we had no choice but to drive 15 hours south to Dusty’s Baja pad to shot a proper blog post of this board.
Luckily we scored some choice surf while we were there.
Of course, we forgot to note the dims. Guessing it’s 6’8″ x 18 1/2″ x 2 1/2″
Note the round safety nose, mini swallow tail, Red-X fin system and 80’s/90’s transition logos.
Dustin has been running the 6″ Bonzer center fin in this board so we left him a 6.5″ True Ames Hexcore fin for 4th Point pumpers.
Dustin Slotted (again)
Perpetual team rider, Trusty Dusty getting slotted on Brett Wellington’s old 6’8″ Campbell Brothers 5 fin Bonzer. This board was thin and narrow, had the Red-X fin system, a small rounded nose and mini swallowtail. Searching the archives for photos of the board with no luck…
Red is always a good choice
Everyone thinks this red resin tint 6’6″ Campbell Brothers Bonzer 5 fin that hangs on the back of the shop wall isn’t for sale, but it is!
6’6″ x 18 3/4″ x 2 3/8″
$750 includes center fin